To say there are pixel hunts in Pixel Room wouldn't be too pat, would it? Yet leave it to Kotorinosu to turn that into a good thing. Probably because you're not left in the dark overly long, and because it's rather fun to see your guesses turn into actualities, the concept works. It wouldn't have been unfair to give players a changing cursor to help us along, though, and that's my major quibble with the game as a whole: it's more pixel hunt-y than it ought to be. Even so, Kotorinosu's deft hand at puzzle design and a still rather intuitive interface creates substantive enjoyment and a very concrete feeling of satisfaction when the ending unfolds.
I loved this game; usually I'm not into room escape games but this one was awesome. One of the reasons was because of the lack of pixel-hunting, ironically enough. I guess I'm sort of biased though, because it reminded me of how it feels trying to hunt for my glasses every morning. Either way, this game was great!
Use your HAMMER on the jar to break it: get the BATTERY.------The "X" button?? Do you mean the thing we clicked the first time to get better resolution? If so, there is nothing on the floor beneath it. What "pixel" am I missing?
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